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RedHat: 'squid' unauthorized access vulnerability  20 July 2001 
If Squid wasconfigured in accelerator-only mode, it was possible for remote usersto portscan machines through the Squid proxy, potentially allowing foraccess to machines not otherwise available.
 
RedHat: 'procmail' unsafe signal handling  20 July 2001 
Procmail, an autonomous mail processor, as shipped in Red Hat Linux 5.2,6.2, 7, and 7.1, handles signals unsafely.
 
Red Hat: 'squid' ACL bypass vulnerability  19 July 2001 
New squid packages are available for Red Hat Linux 7.0 that fix a possible security problem with Squid's HTTP accelerator feature.
 
Red Hat: 'procmail' unsafe signal handling  19 July 2001 
Procmail, an autonomous mail processor, as shipped in Red Hat Linux 5.2, 6.2, 7, and 7.1, handles signals unsafely.
 
RedHat: 'openssl' multiple vulnerabilities  18 July 2001 
Multiple vulnerabilities including a flaw in the pseudo-random unber generation exist in previous versions of OpenSSL.
 
RedHat: 'elm' buffer overflow vulnerability  17 July 2001 
Elm had a buffer overflow when handling very long message-ids. Thisoverwrote other header fields, and could potentially cause more damage.
 
RedHat: 'util-linux' vipw vulnerability  16 July 2001 
vipw, from the util-linux package in Red Hat Linux 7.1, included a new option that allowed editing of the /etc/shadow file as well as /etc/passwd. However, this option did not take measures to ensure that the file remained only readable by root.
 
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